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The central feature of the SCM Programme is its integrated approach to
logistics, business management and supply chain. Through the combination of
theoretical and practical knowledge, students will be able to design, plan, control
and improve logistics and supply chain processes also in an international
context. Practical courses and project work are based on strong collaboration
with industrial partners. With the solid academic basis provided, students will be
able to access further studies in our English language doctoral schools.

Dr Buics Laszlo
Assistant lecturer

Programme structure

Bachelor’s degree relevant to the Master’s studies.
Language requirements:
One of the following indications of English-language proficiency: (a) TOEFL IBT test score of 66, or PBT score 513, (b) Cambridge First Certificate “,B”,, © IELTS score of 5.5 (d) any official certificate equal to the above mentioned

Career opportunities

Graduates can successfully apply for jobs in the area of logistics (purchasing, distribution, manufacturing, production, assembly, service, delivery, maintenance, quality assurance, etc.).

Expertise of logistics managers are needed both in small and large companies operating in the production and service fields, as in multinational companies as well. Regional and national placement opportunities are widely available if they have a suitable level of foreign language skills.

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